The Six One 95 (18x20) has a remarkably solid feel along with all the predictability and directional control that comes with a dense string pattern. This racquet's considerable plow through makes it ideal for advanced players who want stable handling when the pace goes up. New to this version is Wilson's Parallel Drilling technology which optimizes string movement in key locations to boost comfort and pop. Ultimately though, with its dense string pattern, compact 95 sq.in. head and exceptional feel, this one is all about precision. From the baseline our TW playtesters found the kind of depth & directional control that works as well for consistent grinding as it does for aggressive targeting. Players who can get this racquet's mass moving will find the sorts of power and placement that puts opponents on defense. At net the Six One 95 (18x20) can do it all, from redirecting pace to surgically placed droppers. All in all, this is a great option for any strong player looking for the undeniable precision of a tight string pattern along with a classic feel and enough mass to hang with the big dogs. And to those flat ball hitters looking to get surgical on their biggest strokes, you might want to demo this one ASAP.
95 sq. in. / 612.9 sq. cm.
|Length: 27in / 68.58cm|
|Strung Weight: 12.3oz / 348.7g|
|Balance: 12.6in / 32cm / 7 pts HL|
|Beam Width: 22mm / 22mm / 22mm /|
|Composition: Graphite Basalt Matrix|
|Power Level: Low|
|Stroke Style: Full|
|Swing Speed: Fast|
|Grip Type: Wilson Sublime Grip|
18 Mains / 20 Crosses
Mains skip: 8T 10T 8H 10H
No Shared Holes
|String Tension: 47-57 pounds|